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CBS
Aug 18, 2013 7:00pm EDT
giants. they had that issue last year at running back and defensive line. as their pass rush goes and defensive line, good news is jason pierre-paul, he says he feels so much better night and day from a year ago to now. still on the pup list. tom coughlin will try to protect him from himself, but he's telling the guys i think i'm good to go, but i think they may protect him from himself. >> more of this at half-time, but right now it's just about time for kickoff. let's get off to the stadium, where joe buck, it is all yours. >> thank you, buddy and good luck on the show. cannot wait to watch. this is, in essence, week number two of the preseason. it's the giants and the indianapolis colts. ladies and gentlemen, thank you for joining us here tonight. i'm joe buck. troy aikman, pam oliver will join me in a second. this is a special night for us. why? because our season kicks off here tonight and our season and the nfl's season will end in this booth in this stadium with the playing of super bowl xlviii on february 2nd, 2014. but, ply friends, we got a long way to go before we're talkin
WETA
Aug 22, 2013 7:00pm EDT
. preseason game number three as they host the carolina panthers and test their evolving defense against cam newton and that high-power panther offense. for the ravens' offense, joe flacco trying to integrate with the new parts, the new members of his passing game. the ravens are looking to shine after struggling with the first team offense in the first team defense a week ago against atlanta. the clock is ticking. the regular season is right around the corner. and the ravens are trying to get as ready as they possibly can. tonight, it's the ravens and the panthers. and it's time to count down to kickoff. >> for the third straight thursday the baltimore ravens look to beat an informs south team in the preseason. -- an n.f.c. south team in the preseason. so far so good. >> deflects. to the 30. 20. torrey smith is going all the way! for a ravens touchdown. >> tonight's dress rehearsal the guys you will see on sunday afternoon the most snaps in any preseason game. it also gives coaches the best evils of how their team -- evaluation of how their team looks going into the season. for the thir
FOX News
Aug 22, 2013 3:00pm EDT
. the defense raised a number of concerns keeg in on two issue, motions related to serious prosecutorial misconduct and status of a gag order put in place by the initial judge. odin family members have a strong showing in court. they were wearing ppis saying legends never die rest easy big o with his bitter date being this year. the arraignment date for this indictment that was happeneded down as yet to be officially set. the lawyers will conference and they are still working on that. >> what's the defense saying here? >> reporter: well, the defense did come out. they made a statement following this. the attorney for aaron hernandez speaking very briefly saying they were disappointed with the way things went in court. they were hoping to hear more about evidence. things are moving in a direct now with this indictment coming down. they say aaron is presumed innocent and we're one step closer to a trial where the evidence will be tested. they believe the commonwealth has the evidence they need to carry a burden of proof in this case and their client aaron hernandez is doing a
CBS
Aug 22, 2013 6:00pm EDT
is the defense is trying to prove there's no premeditation and instead julio blanco-garcia was high on pcp and freaked out when he stabbed vanessa pham. in the closing argument the defense attorney said there was no evidence she was beaten, robbed or raped. or he said he was hallucinating and he is remorseful.rsef >> he was suffering from a disassociation. >> and misinterpretation of whae was going on. es a threat becauset of the pcp. >> this is who is on trial today. >> julio blanco-garcia. and it is the you kind, polite, hard-working, very remorseful, racked with guilt, immense guilt. >> now just before we came outside to go on air, i talked to the commonwealth's attorney. he told me this judge is old school. she may allow this jury to continue to deliberate into the night. >> we will see. will? >> paul, let me ask you, one of the reasons defense is having such a hard time proving garcia was high at the time when we saw the taped confession it was co after the crime so much later. right? >> right. >> it is his word. >> basically, that's what the prosecution is saying. >> you are t
CSPAN
Aug 18, 2013 10:00pm EDT
defenses. in the mediterranean this soft power that the bombing administration favors in fact, is unsupported by the hard power. into the vacuum left by our departure, others are stepping. iran has said the much larger carrier into the mediterranean and china ordered a destroyer and add guided missile and logistics' vessel and this year up until now has two guided missile friggat for algeria, malta, morocco and france. russia currently has 16 ships on station employee and save rotational schedule with the presence of 12 ships moscow is also looking to see the basic agreement that would allow russian combat aircraft however my point that is also noted in the book not so much to paint as a troublesome military development with the allies but rather to emphasize of the strategy to prevent the of course, neither u.s. naval nor national leadership has acknowledged that we are in fact, a strategic competition with china that requires diplomatic and military strategy the rebalance to asia as the obama administration terms it, does not clearly state what the objective of the rebalance and
FOX News
Aug 19, 2013 12:00pm PDT
this to a lawyer, legal analyst and criminal defense attorney, mercedes cohen. ballistics are crucial. >> absolutely. he is claiming, i wasn't on my legs no premeditation here, and when you look at the ballistics it's the trajectory of the bullets. the trajectory is from top to bottom. if you're top to bottom you're not three feet tall shooting into the door. you're six feet door with your prosthetic legs shooting down, which means there was time for him to put on his legs, run to the bathroom, chasing after presumably -- they had some sort of blowout, she is looked behind closes doors and who is going to lock the bathroom. there's two individuals in the house, she and her lover, pistorius, yet she is hiding in the bathroom? it's all coming together and looks leak premeditated murder. >> shepard: his claim is he thought the person in the bathroom was an intruder and as a result he didn't take time to put his legs on, he just ran to the door and shot through it, and that is why you're saying the angle of the bullet is going to matter a lot. under this system it's a single judge. that i
FOX News
Aug 21, 2013 12:00pm PDT
much detail about the president's meeting yesterday. secretary of state john kerry, defense secretary chuck hagel. to figure out whether or not the u.s. shut cut off aid. secretary of state john kerry did an interview with geo news in pakistan. the egyptian crisis was just starting out. he suggested back then that the military coming in to try and restore a civilian government was an effort to restore democracy. >> military did not take over to the best of our judgment so far, so far, to run the country. there's a civilian government in effect, restoring democracy. >> reporter: obviously in recent days and weeks we've not seen the egyptian military move back towards democracy, a frustration of the white house. there's more pressure from republicans to cut off aid. republican senator pat toomey voted against stopping aid and now says he wants to see an end saying we should stop giving foreign aid to egypt unless they move to a democratic system. american taxpayers should not contribute to a military that slaughters civilians in the street. we heard from top obama officials includes def
FOX News
Aug 20, 2013 3:00pm EDT
the main jurors are white. and you better believe the defense has a big problem with that. plus, a college baseball player, guy from australia, murdered here in the united states, and the cops say the suspects did it because they were bored and did it for fun. and remember when somebody discovered subway foot longs were not a foot long? now a bunch of school kids claim double stuffed oreos are not double the original stuff. they that's breaking news changing everything on "studio b." >>> first from fox at 3:00, we're following breaking news. police have a suspect in custody after reports of gunfire inside an elementary school in atlanta. here's a look at the school where students have been gathering outside. the spokesman says all the kids are accounted for. the superintendent has said he is not aware of any injuries. buses have been bringing students to their parents at a nearby wal-mart store. you can see the parking lot. here's where one of the parentss and -- what one parent had to say. >> there is police everywhere so they wouldn't let you down to the school, so they called ba
PBS
Aug 16, 2013 7:00pm PDT
cairo, and as the violence escalates, it's putting a major defense firm's multi-billion-dollar deal in jeopardy. that and more tonight for friday, august 16th. >>> another milestone on wall street today but not good. the dow posted the worst weekly decline for 2013 and not only the blue chip struggling, a lousy week. they closed in the red for the second week in a row. what continues to nag investors is conflicting reports about the economy, like today's news. a closely watched consumer sentiment survey fell sharply, but there were strong numbers from housing, and we'll have more in just a moment. so investors played it safe and sold stocks. the dow lost 30 points. the nasdaq slipped three, and the s&p off 5.5 points. look the at the week, the dow and s&p tumbled 2%. >>> in the barn market the yield on the ten-year treasury spiked. >>> with stocks taking a tumble after shooting higher since the start of the year, the big question is this the full fledged correction so many on wall street were predicting? jackie dela jack jackie deorange looks. >> reporter: this trend raising some ey
Al Jazeera America
Aug 21, 2013 1:00pm EDT
. obviously the defense attorney came in much lower than that at 20 years. the judge splitting the difference at 35 years. still it has to be said something of a surprise. this same judge, an army colonel denise lind, had thrown out the most serious grievous charge aiding the enemy. she said after the end of the court-martial, after the proceedings in court that it did not meet that threshold. 35 years seen by some, particularly the legion of manning supporters around the country as particularly draconian. it must be noted there isn't a lot of recent polling as far as public opinion is concerned but the majority of the american public believes the manning prosecution should have gone forward. as far as the white house is concerned, the white house has said very little on this case on the course of this saga. 700,000 documents were leaked, perhaps the most damaging of those was not something on paper but the video from the apache helicopter cockpit showing the attack what turned out to be innocent people, non-combacombas in iraq, two of them journalists. it had an immediate and brut
FOX News
Aug 20, 2013 12:00pm PDT
the defense claimed something was wrong with the jury pool. the court selected 48 potential jurors, and yesterday a defense attorney pointed out not a subject one of the people in the pool was -- not a single one of the people in the pool was black. >> howing can have 15 african-american jurors sitting downstairs and we have zero up here. we'll get a -- but the odds that is a statistical -- a truly statistically random event are remote. >> the defendant is black, as for the 13-month-old child, san antonio santiago, his mother is white, his father hispanic. the jury administrator denied she deliberately sought out potential jurors who are white. police say that teenager, and an accomplice who is even younger, tried to rob the mother in march. the mom told the would-be robbers she didn't have any money, and that's when the teens shot her in the leg and the ear and shot the baby in the face. one bullet between the eyes. a 13-month-old child. defense attorneys have suggested now that the mother had financial interest in the death of her own son. they're trying to blame here. they say s
Al Jazeera America
Aug 21, 2013 11:00am EDT
, the defense has rested. he called no witnesses, and told the judge that he does not want the injury to consider any lesser charges than voluntary manslaughter. >> now even though he did act as his own attorney, he had lawyers standing by with him, right?arg. he wanted to say that he targeted u.s. soldiers to defending lives in afghanistan. the judge said that is irrelevant to the case, which leads us to the facts o that left him with very little left to say. >> thank you, heidi. >>> a sentencing hearing getting underway in washington state for robert bales. he has already pleaded guilty to the murders. survivors in the attack have been testifying. tuesday an afghan farmer who survived being shot cursed bales and then broke down. >>> the 9/11 pretrial hearings are underway at guantanamo bay. >>> and children in japan are contracting thyroid cancer, and it's being linked to the fukishima disaster. mission. >> there's more to america, more stories, more voices, more points of view. now there's are news channel with more of what americans want to know. >> i'm ali velshi and this is "rea
CSPAN
Aug 21, 2013 6:00am EDT
? >> that would be under that national defense authorization act. >> let me ask you about a senator from california who wants to redefine what the first amendment says by saying who has free speech rights. >> i think that is wrong to define the first amendment in such a way that it only protects journalists. everyone has first amendment protection. everyone has the right to free speech whether you are a journalist are not. >> she wants to say who is a journalist and who is not a journalist. >> yeah. >> there is a long series of barrages against civil rights. not you. i trust you actually. i do not know why. [laughter] [applause] the white house is bought and paid for. the things they are doing now -- what am i supposed to do when homeland security barges into my house? >> i understand. the culture is changing. on the amash amendment, you have the white house, democratic leadership, republican leadership, the intelligence community, all sorts of high- level officials saying, do not vote for this amendment. it will be a disaster. still, the majority of democrats and nearly half of the repu
WETA
Aug 22, 2013 6:00pm EDT
fueled the debate. even though florida's law was not part of his defense. >> the stand your ground states are limiting the requirement to retreat. use deadly force. >> 16 states currently have stand your ground law on the books. in maryland, individuals have a duty to retreat before considering and using deadly force. that could change of baltimore county republican delegate patrick madonna has his way. >> we are introducing legislation to create a stand your ground law in maryland, the strongest form of protection for crime victims and potential crime victims. >> it provides an exemption to the duty to retreat. stand your ground states have exemptions as well. kansas, this defense cannot be used during the commission of a crime. in north carolina, it cannot be used in circumstances that involve law enforcement or landlord disputes. >> when you have duty to retreat, a victim can be subject to a civil lawsuit or from a prosecution. >> a law signed by martin o'malley in 2010 provide civil immunity from damages when force or deadly force is used under reasonable circumstances. accordi
PBS
Aug 20, 2013 5:30pm PDT
japan in the east china sea. it turns out that defense experts from both sides met in secret to discuss the tensions. their exchanges demonstrate how dangerous the situation is. nhk world reports from beijing. >> reporter: the two sides held a secret meeting in april. a japanese organization asked both sides to hold it. the organization has provided the meeting audiophiles to nhk on condition that the identities are kept secret. japan sent six representatives among whom were former senior officers of the south defense forces. china's seven-member delegation included senior officers of the people's liberation army. from their exchanges confirmed the two sides hold differing points of view and don't trust each other. >> reporter: what surprised the japanese most was china's view on japan's warning shots prompted by air space incursions. when a foreign aircraft enters japan's air space, the air force defense contacts the pilot by radio. he is told to follow sdf-guiding planes. if the pilot refuses, the sdf fires a tracer as a warning. japanese delegates say this is the internationa
PBS
Aug 21, 2013 5:00pm PDT
or too strict. it was possible he would face 90 years. the prosecutor asked for 60. the defense did not ask for any particular number of years but they hinted that by the time a lot of the information becomes declassified that he should not be still rotting in a jail cell. the charges that he pleaded guilty to amounted to 20 years alone just for those charges. some people say this could be a happy medium. i will say that during the press conference today that david cohen's -- koons spoke at, he said to comment on whether it could be perceived as a fair trial, he said no because of the lack of transparency. there have not been any cameras allowed inside. if you could have cameras in the courtroom, a lot of what happened would not have happened. according to the attorney moments ago. >> we have had the trial and at lt verdict. is there anything else? -- we have had the trail anial d a guilty verdict. >> this is not the end. his supporters see it as another chapter. another kind of beginning. there is another post trial process. he said that next week, he is going to file a request as
Al Jazeera America
Aug 21, 2013 4:00pm EDT
on that charge of aiding the enemy was a tactical victory by the defense, and by his calculation bradley manning will only serve 5.2 years. this is what else he says. while the defense should be proud of their tactical victory it should be remembered that bradley manning's trial and conviction is an affront to western justice. as far as julian assange is concerned, it's a mixed bag. >> the man who leaked the pentagon papers which showed misconduct in the vietnam war daniel ellsberg spoke to us earlier today. >> i expected to go to prison for life, and i was faced for charges that totaled 115 years possible in prison, just like bradley manning who faced at one point life plus 186 of years, and now down from 90 to 60 that the prosecution viciously i would say proposed down to an equally unjust 35 years. so i was sitting in the same place he was. >> we are learning new details about the activities of the nsa, the agency collected thousands of internet communications with no terror connections. the intent was to go far beyond what it had originally disclosed. we'll go deeper in that
CBS
Aug 16, 2013 11:00pm PDT
prosecute. >> caught for drunk driving? defense attorneys are starting to use a legal challenge that's new to california. >> it's not something that's, you know, a trick or something which defense attorneys might get accused of. it is legitimate. >> criminal attorney peter johnson of walnut creek has used it. >> i've litigated it really probably i could safely say more than any attorney in the state of california. >> his argument, the way the blood alcohol level is reported is outdated because it's just annest mat, not scientifically sound. while he hasn't had a judge throw out the blood alcohol results, johnson says he's gotten jurors to acquit his client of dui. >> they understood what was being conveyed and were able to communicate with the other jurors and establish that, in fact, there was reasonable doubt. >> santa clara county deputy district attorney chris faced the defense in court. >> the basis of that challenge was we weren't doing the best science. >> so how do you come out with the best science? it's like giving the margin of error when reporting political polls. fo
CBS
Aug 20, 2013 5:00pm EDT
grips the defense table as doctor williams described in detail how vanesza lost her life on june 272010. fighting with both hands before fatalally stabbed in the neck and chest. >> this will not be immediately fatal tell take time for her to bleed. bleeding out is the mechanism of her death. she bled out. >> doctor williams said she had slash and stab wounds to face, chest and knees. would to be painful? would she have time to think? to both questions doctor williams said, yes. today's familiar revealed police found item in her car including a cloth baby diaper and a baby bottle. clare mc donald a friend took the stand and said she had been in the teens car the night before and not seen a baby bottle. defense attorney say garcia had his toddler in the car when the attack took place. prosecute ors called derrick hardy who showed the seat belt fan was wearing with a slit in the middle and the clothes she was wearing as well as the butcher knife, blade and handle which was separated and left in the car after. >> during opening statements the prosecutor said the murder of vanessa was premed
CSPAN
Aug 17, 2013 11:00am EDT
ballistic missile defenses. in the mediterranean the soft power the obama administration favors is in fact unsupported by a hard power. into the vacuum left by our departure, others are stepping. iran has sent a frigate and much larger helicopter carrier into the mediterranean. china last year ordered a destroyer, guided missile frigate and a logistics vessel, and this year, at least until now, has deployed two guided missile frigates which have called algeria, molto, morocco and france, russia currently has 16 ships in the mediterranean and plans a rotation schedule allowing permanent presence for now of 12 ships. moscow is seeking to reach an agreement with cyprus that would allow russian combat aircraft and vessels to use an air field in the western part of ireland and the southern -- my point here noted in the book is not so much to paint a picture of what i regard as troublesome military developments in the mediterranean or even in china that affect us and our allies, it is rather to emphasize that contrary to the navy's 2007 maritime strategy of preventing wars, neither u.s. naval no
SFGTV2
Aug 22, 2013 10:30pm PDT
to take the temperature of public defense across the country and i visited a lot of public defenders offices, watched a lot of trials and discovered that there was a crisis in the court's that probably all of you are well aware of and really tried to dig in and find out what was going on and where all these problems were arising that we didn't have equal justice 50 years after gideon. what i would like to do is read a little section of the book first and talk for a few minutes and read a brief section. so, the section i'm going to read is in the conclusion because it's about public defenders in a conference i went to with public defenders since i thought there were probably quite a few of you in the audience, you might find it musing. i don't know. the national defenders association opened the conference in washington dc in 2011 addressed the crowd of 300 public defenders with a room with space for many more. does society demonize you? of course. do they suggest you are working for the wrong people? of course they do do they suggest you are work for thugs? of course they do but the w
CBS
Aug 20, 2013 6:00pm EDT
defendant sat with his hands gripping the defense table never looking up the me was questioned about the defensive wounds to the victim's hands. >> would you agree with me that these are wounds are indicative of the fact that ms. fam while defendzing herself grabbed the knife. >> yes. >> she grabbed it with both hands. >> yes. >> >> the prosecution in the case basically told the jury in open statements there was a premeditated willful and deliberate crime the defense is saying that julio had his daughter with him high on pc p cp opening statement emergency door the plane was mid flight. had a forced land nothing memphis international where he was escorted off the plane. >> everybody was really, really calm. nobody was freaking out. everybody was in good spirits and understanding and military personnel was on the plane. and -- you know they are accommodating. it was not that bad. >> no reports of jurisdiction. >> tsa officials stopped a teen who tried to bring a pellet gun through airport security yesterday morning an officer spot today. authorities seize today and allowed the teen to
CBS
Aug 21, 2013 6:00pm EDT
out the knife. the defense is trying to win basically win over the jury and convince this jury it was a freak moment he pulled the knife and did what he did. it wasn't premeditated deliberate. prosecution rested. defense will take up their case tomorrow. >> paul you would agree, you don't see video like this often. he did it, he was high and sorry. >> yeah, he admitted the whole thing. initially the police took him through a lot of basics. he confirmed the things he had been doing up to the time period of the crime and started to back off. he didn't want to talk about it. detectives very gently got him to tack about it and told they had evidence he had been inside the car. that is when he broke down and admitted everything. >> paul wagner outside fairfax county courthouse, thank you. another big story at 6:00, 35 years that is the prison sentence for army private bradley manning for leek -- leaking hundreds of thousands of documents to wikileaks. he could have gotten 90 years behind bars. prosecutors asked for 60 years as a warning to other soldiers. judge didn't offer explanation
CNN
Aug 16, 2013 4:00pm PDT
he's pleading self-defense. we have that story. >>> plus, the first information in tonight on what caused the crash of a cargo plane in alabama. that coming out just a few moments ago. and it turns out the truth really was out there. the stunning revelation about the government's supersecret property area 51. it was not a conspiracy theory. it was real. >>> and later in the show, why you should never mess with border patrol. we're going to tell you what made them do this in tonight's "shout-out." right now, 7 years of music is being streamed. a quarter million tweeters are tweeting. and 900 million dollars are changing hands online. that's why hp built a new kind of server. one that's 80% smaller. uses 89% less energy. and costs 77% less. it's called hp moonshot. and it's giving the internet the room it needs to grow. this&is gonna be big. hp moonshot. it's time to build a better enterprise. together. >>> our third story "outfront" the suspected facebook murderer. today we saw 31-year-old derrick medina for the first time in court. medina has been charged with killing his wife, 26-
PBS
Aug 16, 2013 9:35pm EDT
. revis is not in. this defense hasn't had a chance to jell. they'll be better. it will tell a while. they have to get the guys out there together, get the pressure up front, balance it with the coverage behind. i expected josh freeman to play a little bit better in that first half. you know, that would be the one thing that not concerned but disappointed that that offense wasn't more this synch. >> kenny: went three and out in their first series in the first half as mike glennon remains in at quarterback. >> tony: i have to agree with you. there's no reason to panic. the one thing the offense and the tampa bay buccaneers, they never got a rhythm going. going against the patriots the patriots defense did a great job of keeping them off balance. once again, these teams, they practice together all week. but they need each other in week three. so either one of these coaches really want to go out and throw everything out. so i think it will be different game during the regular season when these two teams meet. >> kenny: off the play fake, glennon fires down field and the pass is incomplete, ju
CBS
Aug 21, 2013 5:00pm EDT
nidal hassan rested his case today. he didn't call witnesses as part of his defense. nidal hassan admitted to the shooting in opening statements and tried to defend his actions because of his muslim religion. spin off business is selling ar 15. dick suspended sales after newtown connecticut. field and stream, a new outdoor store opened in western pennsylvania is selling ar-15. there is no word if they will sell rifles in their store again. so-called thrill kill of a oklahoma baseball player. now we are hering the -- hearing the 911 call, fox's robert gray has the story. >> three oklahoma teachers make a shocking admission. >> they said we were bored, we had nothing to do and decided to kill somebody. that somebody was transplant from australia in ada, oklahoma. the perfect person, he would be the outcome you would find. >> reporter: lane's girlfriend described him as one of a kind. they were out jogging when he was shot in the back. lane was fighting for his life as good samaritans helped him. >> he is not conscious. is he still breathing? barely. >> 17-year-old michael dwyane jon
CSPAN
Aug 17, 2013 3:00pm EDT
entire defense budget but bulged into a few areas. the two areas that are most painful are training, readiness, and our civilian people getting furloughed, a terrible thing to do to them. let me take the first one. training and readiness. let's take an air base. at an airbase, the air bases are open. they have guards at the gate. they have people in the tower. they have people in the fire truck. the lights are on. we're spending the money for all that. where can you stop spending money quickly? painting the buildings. mow the lawn less often. that kind of thing. importantly, you stop training. when you stop training, you have stopped readiness. we are protecting those in as we know are going to afghanistan and would be in a fight tonight on the korean peninsula if god forbid we ever had a wart on the korean peninsula. we're trying to protect the units most likely to find themselves in combat. for the others, we cannot afford to train them. that is risky because if something happens, those units will not be fully ready. then we get to the civilian personnel part of a week ago, furlou
CSPAN
Aug 21, 2013 10:00am EDT
had an amendment on the house floor, a defense appropriation bill. 205 members of congress stood up and said we do not approve of the nsa collecting phone records of every single person on the united states without any suspicion. 217 members said they were ok with it. i think the tide is turning and that things are shifting. it is about what the nsa and what the government is doing. nsaugh reports of how the might be sharing information with the dea and irs, and according to reports, incidentally collecting information, inadvertently collect your information, and then use that information to go after people domestically, and this violates our rule of requiring specific warrants. you cannot have a system where the intelligence agencies, whether it is nsa or any other agency, collects data without a warrant, and then use that, and says, here you go, and prosecute people, and then according to reports, they are covering their tracks, so defense attorneys do not even know where the data came from. so there are a lot of shocking allegations, revelations out there in reports. one of the t
FOX News
Aug 19, 2013 4:00pm PDT
defense lawyers now tell a whole new story. they claim there is evidence that the mother, whom you just saw, is mentally unstable. and the defense attorneys for the suspect suggest that she may have, quote: had a financial interest in the death of her son. in other words, they are about to blame her. and jonathan serrie is in our newsroom. they are in atlanta tonight. they are talking about an insurance policy among other things. >> they are indeed, shep. the defense implying that the mother had a financial motive pointing out that sherry west had taken out a life insurance policy on her 13 month old son antonio santee it ago go. the marquise elkins lawyer says the mother has given inconsistent statements about the crime she and the baby's father had gunshot residue on the hands. it is possible for gunshot victims and those carrying for them to wind up with residue. defense also took issue with the fact there were only 4 for instance all women among the 48 jomplets the first people show up at the courthouse the ones selected for the poll. the defense argues may be stacked with peop
CSPAN
Aug 22, 2013 1:00am EDT
of that. weaken.ng market you are seeing the effect of that. the fed is trying to play defense. the first attempt to play defense was to talk back that pull back the tapering. the second attempt was to use its second instrument to try to compensate for the effect of the first. the second instrument is experimental forward guidance. would you see now is the fed attempting to convince people to do things by using aggressive forward guidance in order to limit the impact of high interest rates. the one thing to remember, and this is really important, is that we are in a period where the fed is using experimental policies that have not been tested. it is like a doctor that gives you a medication because he or she has to do so that hasn't been clinically tested. when that medication doesn't work well, i will give you a bit more of it. not any better, i give you a bit more. that is why this notion is so important. >> let's talk about the fed's unconventional policy. have we created new sources of financial instability? >> i would say the caveat is it is harder to get out. they need to get
CBS
Aug 21, 2013 4:30am EDT
nine people. defense teams are asking no more than 25 years behind bars.. the judge hands down the sentence at 10:00 a.m. this morning. today in fort hood we could hear from the man who admits to shooting soldiers. now it's army major naddal hassan's turn. he is representing himself. the judge told him he cannot make statements only ask himself questions and answer them. it's latest twist in the bizarre court martial for the 2009 shooting that killed 13 and wounded dozen more. here at home new testimony in the murder trial of the man accuse of killedding a local loc college student. they say van necessarya pham -- vanessa pham shot back and had more than a dozen defense wounds in her car. >> julio blanco-garcia nevero-ga looked up as the doctor described in vivid detail how vanessa pham last her life in 2010. fighting with both hands beforef being fatally stabbed in stabbee neck and chest. >> it would not be initially fatal. bleeding out was the mechanism of her death. she bled, bled, bled out.ut. >> dr. williams told the court vanessa pham had numerous slash and stab wounds to the
ABC
Aug 23, 2013 1:05am PDT
officials there say the defensive structure are holding out as that fire passes by. but headed straight for berkeley family camp at last check it was less than a mile away. >> so far the rim fire near yosemite burned more than 6 63,000 acres and almost no containment. the fire is threatening san francisco camp san jose family camp and the jish camp but the berkeley family camp is less than a mile away and right in the path. city fire officials monitoring it closely. >> this camp is in the middle of that fire area and part of the evacuation area. >> photo taken on tuesday at 6:00 p.m. about an hour before remaining camper and 55 staff members were evacuated. one staff member tells us the camp lost power and ash was raining down on them as they left. tonight many campers are back home trying to get the latest information. >> we have e-mails going updating i'm on listening to the police scanner from here. turned that a real we just wait to go hear news. >> i have been going up there since i was then years old. >> camp has been serving generation of berkeley residence sense 1922. i
ABC
Aug 22, 2013 11:00pm PDT
camp. city officials there say the defensive structure are holding out as that fire passes by. but headed straight for berkeley family camp at last check it was less than a mile away. >> so far the rim fire near yosemite burned more than 6 63,000 acres and almost no containment. the fire is threatening san francisco camp san jose family camp and the jish camp but the berkeley family camp is less than a mile away and right in the path. city fire officials monitoring it closely. >> this camp is in the middle of that fire area and part of the evacuation area. >> photo taken on tuesday at 6:00 p.m. about an hour before remaining camper and 55 staff members were evacuated. one staff member tells us the camp lost power and ash was raining down on them as they left. tonight many campers are back home trying to get the latest information. >> we have e-mails going updating i'm on listening to the police scanner from here. turned that a real we just wait to go hear news. >> i have been going up there since i was then years old. >> camp has been serving generation of berkeley residence sense
Al Jazeera America
Aug 21, 2013 12:00pm EDT
proposed president's defense arguing against the sentence. the prosecutors appealing against the courted's decision to acquit mubarak on other charges. all sides greeted the decision to hold a retrial as a victory. but then prosecutors in the morsi government realized that with no new charges formulated, mubarak had legal grounds for immediate release, and haste illy drew up a number of corruption charges. in recent weeks these charges have been dismissed by the court, and his lawyers now contend he should be released. their simple argument, he has to date not been formally convicted of any crime, and the period of detention, pending judgment has long expired. but underlying this complex legal process is a massive shift in the fulcrum of power with the morsi government deposed by the military, there's a possibility of political factors playing as much a role in mubarak's fate as legal ones. >>> jonathan betts joins us live now from cairo. jonathan set the scene for us, how are people reacting to this truly significant news? it's a huge development. >> yeah, richel it is a stunnin
Al Jazeera America
Aug 22, 2013 11:00pm EDT
then drank alcohol and took sleeping pills. the defense and prosecution will present their closing arguments in the case on friday. rob reynolds, al jazeera, tacoma, washington. >>> the fate of hueson began. he passed on his final chance to address jurors. he killed 13 fellow soldiers in 2009 >>> mexican police have pulled bodies from a massive grave outside of mexico city. the bodies they found in an area of an ecological park, and six people have been arrested in connection with the case. >>> teachers in mexico are blockading main government office, they are protesting plans to make them take classroom evaluations. as adam reports unions believe the assessments might still be brought in. >> reporter: digging in to keep the pressure on. these teachers camped outside of mexico's lower house of congress have blocked legislators from entering since monday. they have convinced members of the lower house to leave out the most controversial measure of an education reform package. a teacher summed up her concerns and that of thousands of others. >> translator: they want to compare us wit
SFGTV2
Aug 16, 2013 12:00am PDT
defense called the insanity defense which never works as most of us know because we don't recognize it. should we recognize it, that's an interesting question. should we have a more robust concept of diminished responsibility in light of the understanding that some people have less control over their preferences and desires or should we have better sentencing schemes or get rid of incarceration and come up with different models of trying to deal with punishment once we understand people have wrong selections. i think those are all interesting questions, but is there free will? well, the fact that almost everybody in the audience raised either their right or left hand contemplated it and were quickly able to act and respond. that to me says, yes, there is. now what do we want to do about it? now that we understand that those of us in the audience or up here that like chocolate cake may not have control over it, how do we want to account for that if at all in the criminal justice system? to date, we haven't. in the future, we may wish to. >> i agree with that. i think that, first of all,
CSPAN
Aug 22, 2013 7:00am EDT
the company producing the plane? guest: lockheed martin. the largest defense contractor the states. it built the f-22 fighter. severely truncated. host: what was the argument they used to get this contract? guest: they are the preeminent stealth developer. you will hear the term fifth- generation fighter. these fighters have changed warfare for us. they have made our fighters -- we have always been a preeminent predominant force and air power since world war ii. but these stealth characteristics did change 1991 straight through to today, our opponents are having to adjust to these types of technologies. they have been very effective. host: we will continue on our conversation about this plane and its role in u.s. military and other uses. first, your calls. debbie is joining us from indiana, democrats line. you're on with frank oliveri of cq roll call, good morning. caller: good morning. how much do you think it would int to fund something profits if journalists like yours wrote about the 705 feet in freefall on 9/11 and the evidence that preplanned explosives destroyed it. well, th
CSPAN
Aug 18, 2013 2:45pm EDT
conducted thoroughly and professionally. the department of defense has established an independent panel in accordance with the national offense authorization act for 2013, and this panel is reviewing and assessing the systems used to investigate, prosecute, and adjudicate crimes involving sexual assault and related offenses under the uniform code of military justice. secretary hagel has met with members and will review the recommendations when complete. sexual assault is a stain on the honor of our men and women who serve our country, also to the threat of discipline and cohesion of our force. it must be stamped out. secretary hagel will meet weekly with the senior leadership team to personally review efforts and ensure that directives and programs are being implemented effectively, and the department will continue to work closely with both congress and the white house on eliminating sexual assault in the united states military. we are all accountable to fix this problem. we will fix it together. with that, i will turn it over to my colleagues. >> good afternoon. i am the acting u
KOFY
Aug 22, 2013 11:30pm PDT
camp. city officials there say the defensive structure are holding out as that fire passes by. but headed straight for berkeley family camp at last check it was less than a mile away. >> so far the rim fire near yosemite burned more than 6 63,000 acres and almost no containment. the fire is threatening san francisco camp san jose family camp and the jish camp but the berkeley family camp is less than a mile away and right in the path. city fire officials monitoring it closely. >> this camp is in the middle of that fire area and part of the evacuation area. >> photo taken on tuesday at 6:00 p.m. about an hour before remaining camper and 55 staff members were evacuated. one staff member tells us the camp lost power and ash was raining down on them as they left. tonight many campers are back home trying to get the latest information. >> we have e-mails going updating i'm on listening to the police scanner from here. turned that a real we just wait to go hear news. >> i have been going up there since i was then years old. >> camp has been serving generation of berkeley residence sense
FOX News
Aug 22, 2013 4:00pm PDT
. >> the defense is vowing to clear his name. >> aaron hernandez is an innocent man as we stand here today. >> tonight the showdown in court. egypt's former leader leaves prison more than two years after the revolution that toppled him. and a threat of possible force against syria after a chemical weapons attack reportedly killed hundreds of people, including children. plus a giant sinkhole swallows a bunch of trees in a matter of seconds. first from fox this thursday night, a grand jury today indicted the ex-football star aaron hernandez on charges of murder in the first degree. prosecutors say he shot and killed his friend in the middle of the night less 18-mile from the athlete's million dollar mansion. our producener the courtroom says hernandez appeared to smirk as the district attorney went through the indictment, which also includes charges related to gun possession. prosecutors say aaron hernandez gunned down his friend, a semi pro football player named odin lloyd execution style in june. surveillance video from aaron hernandez's home is said to show him carrying a gun just m
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